Welcome to Roraima
Although it’s one of the easier tepuis to climb and no technical skills are required, the trek is long and demanding. However, anyone who’s reasonably fit and determined can reach the top. Be prepared for wet weather, nasty puri puris (invisible biting insects) and frigid nights at the summit. In recent years with the decline in international travelers, Roraima has marketed itself more to domestic travelers. Sadly this has led to a noticeable increase in littering and disrespect for the special status of this incredible place. If you come here, do your bit and collect any trash you find, and be sure to emphasize the importance of responsible tourism to anyone else in your group who might not be aware of the subject.